The Soldier's Daughter
The original text
The play, one of Cherry wrote and was first acted at Drury Lane on 7 February 1804. It appears to have been popular in its time, running to 12 editions between 1804 and 1805. It was also reprinted in 1815 edition and a 1825 edition.
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
1832: Performed on 22 September in the Cape Town Theatre, Cape Town, by All the World's a Stage with The Miller's Maid (Saville) and Jack at the Cape, or All Alive Among the Hottentots! (Booth).
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